Renowned and respected as one of the finest producers in Burgundy, Bouchard Père et Fils has truly become an institution, known for the exceptional quality of their wines and the diversity of its many vineyards. Founded in 1731, Bouchard Père et Fils has built up an estate of 130ha and, collectively, is the largest owner of Grand Crus (12ha) and Premier Crus (74ha) across the Côte d’Or Bouchard Père et Fils represents almost one hundred ‘climats’ or uniquely diverse vineyards, including prestigious monopoles such as ‘Beaune Grèves Vigne de l’Enfant Jésus’ and ‘Chevalier-Montrachet La Cabotte’.
The regional appellations alone represent more than half of the production of the wines of Burgundy. The grapes picked from the whole growing area offer a great diversity of flavour and quality. The A.O.C. wines from Bouchard Père et Fils are made from rigorously selected grapes and deserve a special mention, like this Bourgogne La Vignée Pinot Noir which is a harmonious blend of fruit and "terroir". Elegant small fruit flavours. A pleasantly balanced wine which reveals a harmonious blend of fruit and terroir. To enjoy young for its freshness, can age 3-4 years to develop more mature pinot noir notes.
Rouge. Smoky cherry, spice and fresh earth flavors mark this fruity, harmonious red. The silky texture, fine balance and nice length make this very enjoyable now. Drink now through 2024. Wine Spectator
Rouge. Bursting with aromas of cherries, berries and licorice, the 2019 Bourgogne Pinot Noir Reserve is medium to full-bodied, layered and succulent, with a fleshy core of fruit and melting tannins. Its origins emphasizes the communes of Maranges and Santenay. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Rouge. Earthy aromas of plum and black cherry precede nicely sleek, delicious and vibrant flavors that conclude in a dusty and bitter pit fruit-inflected finale where a hint of youthful austerity arises. This is pretty enough though not especially complex, at least not yet. Burghound
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